|By PR Newswire||
|August 6, 2014 04:06 AM EDT||
NEUSTADT AN DER AISCH, Germany and LONDON, August 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Simply design wall planners and calendars
Annual calendars as business stationery or advertising gifts in the onlineprinters.co.uk online shop: This year, too, the online print shop presents to its customers a large choice of annual planners and calendars for the 2015 annual planning. For designing the calendars with logos, promotional prints or photos, a wide range of print templates is now available for free download at http://www.onlineprinters.co.uk/calendars.
The free calendar templates for large-sized wall planners, double-sided annual planners, desk pads, pocket calendars and multi-page desk or wall calendars are available in many sizes, designs and language templates for various European countries. In particular annual calendars with pictures, company logos or contact data are a popular gift for Christmas or at the turn of the year among business partners. "Calendars provide ideal advertising space for customer retention and winning new customers," Julia Voigt, Marketing Manager of the international online printing service provider Onlineprinters GmbH, appreciates the great advertising effect for customers and business partners. Calendars are visible every day and a permanent reminder of the advertiser. In every office, the annual planner has a firm place on the desk or wall as an organisational aid. Those who like it handier select pocket calendars in practical credit card format, which are robust companions in the wallet. "The year 2015 has 261 workdays and 52 weekends, for which private and business appointments need to be planned clearly. We offer the appropriate calendar design for nearly every need in the office and in private, both in small print runs starting from 10 copies and in large print runs," Voigt adds.
Create your individual calendar with design templates
"Experience shows that, when it comes to designing print products, small business customers often lack contact persons or budget. With our templates, designing your own wall planners and calendars is very easy and inexpensive," Julia Voigt rejoices over the online print shop's service offer. The templates for large-sized wall planners, annual planners, pocket, desk or wall calendars can be downloaded free of charge in the "Calendars" product area. The design of the selected calendar template is then edited in a layout program. Subsequently, the print data are uploaded as a printable PDF file to the online shop and the ordering process is completed online. Customers who prefer an even simpler method can choose large-sized wall planners which can be designed online and without using special software. To this end, just click the "Design online" button in the http://www.onlineprinters.co.uk online shop and create your individual calendar with logo and contact data in the online editor.
More than 340,000 customers from industry, commerce and trade, authorities, parties and associations as well as private persons order their print products quickly and inexpensively from the international online printing service provider Onlineprinters GmbH.
About Onlineprinters GmbH
Onlineprinters GmbH is one of the largest online print shops in Europe. The German enterprise has a staff of over 500 and serves 30 countries throughout Europe via multilingual online shops. 30 years of experience and in-house production according to ProcessStandard Offset (PSO) guarantee top quality of the products produced in offset and digital printing technology. Detailed information: http://www.onlineprinters.co.uk
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